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Poster

Pupillary Responses in the Detection of Malintent

Poster Session II - Board: II- 049
Thursday, May 27, 2010, 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
APS Exhibit Hall

Frank M. Marchak
Veridical Research & Design Corporation

Tanner L. Keil
Veridical Research & Design Corporation

Jennifer E. McMillan
Veridical Research & Design Corporation

Pamela S. Westphal
Veridical Research & Design Corporation

Two studies examined pupillary responses in detecting malintent, or the intent to do harm. Participants with malintent exhibited a larger average pupil size when answering relevant questions about attempting to smuggle a mock explosive compared to other relevant questions. The effect was found under different stimulus presentation methods.

 
Subject Area: Physiological/Neuroscience
Keywords: Applied Experimental

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